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British animals extinct within historic times: with some account of British wild white cattle (1880)



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Author: Harting, James Edmund, 1841-1928
Subject: Paleontology; Mammals; Cattle
Publisher: London, Trá¹³bner
Language: English
Call number: QL255 .H3
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Cornell University Library
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Collection: cornell; biodiversity; americana

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The bear.--The beaver.--The reindeer.--The wild boar.--The wolf.--Wild white cattle


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